Best Bespoke Tailors?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Sator Sartoris, May 29, 2006.

  1. Sator Sartoris

    Sator Sartoris Well-Known Member

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    I know there are a lot of different cuts out there, but who do you think are among the best bespoke tailors in the world?
     
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    You're opening a can of worms here buddy. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    too late!! [​IMG] there is no such thing as 'best' imo. first off, even setting criterias for judging someone as the best would be an impossible task in itself, imo. what is the best for one member here definitely be won't be best for another member.
     
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    Well, hold on here, acidicboy, let's at least be constructive. What kind of cuts do you like, Sartoris? English or Italian fabrics? What level of quality and handwork? Firmer or softer coat? How much are you willing to spend? Two good tailors mentioned on this board that come to mind are W.W. Chan and Thomas Mahon. There's a lot of price difference, but I hear that both of them do great work.
     
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    there is no such thing as 'best' imo. first off, even setting criterias for judging someone as the best would be an impossible task in itself, imo. what is the best for one member here definitely be won't be best for another member.


    Definitely agree.

    In New York, some of the most expert custom tailors are:

    Raphael
    Corvato
    Nicolosi
    Shattuck (currently at home in Syracuse)
    Logsdail

    In Philadelphia:

    Centofanti

    In Los Angeles:

    Trabalza
     

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